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Executive Compensation: Rankings for Canada's top earners
A-T, $645,028, $580,758, $14,268, $0, $625,000, $85,000, $1,950,054. 97, Sveinung Svarte, Athabasca Oil Corporation, ATH-T, $350,000, $450,000, $74,563, $0, $801,856, $0, $1,676,419.
Third oil spill fuels calls for Alberta pipeline review
The regulator said 1,450 barrels of oil spilled from a pumping station on Enbridge's Athabasca pipeline, 24 kilometres from Elk Point, Alta.
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Apple WWDC 2012 kicks off with new MacBook Pro
The latest shiny offering from Apple Inc. - the new MacBook Pro a company executive called �the most beautiful computer we've ever made�� can be yours for $2,229.
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Introvert? Don't worry; online MBA programs allow you to keep within your ...
Most people wouldn't think of me in that way as I don't fit the stereotype of the shy mouse in a lab coat, who prefers the company of petri dishes to people. To the rest of the ... Deb van de Water is a MBA student at Athabasca University. She has 20+ ...
Telus and Bell's wireless partnership still a sore spot for competitors
Rogers and others, including Wind parent Globalive Wireless Management Corp., suggest Bell and Telus will almost certainly partner again, combining their new holdings to deliver mobile signals across vast stretches of the country that will be faster ...
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What the new IRS rules mean for US citizens living in Canada
�For taxpayers in the grey zone - the small business owner, the high income earner, the wealthy grandmother with assets in a holding company - the news release may be less comforting,� said Christine Perry, a cross border tax specialist with Keel ...
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FP500: Private practice
During the dot-com bubble, when a lack of profitability didn't necessarily hurt a company's chances of raising capital, retail investors were overjoyed by the unexpected arrival of an equitable type of initial public offering.
How software and analytics are making Canadian business more productive
Like the global company, it has expanded its offerings to cloud-based and mobile solutions in recent years. But Mr. Aboud's approach is to focus first on helping clients from a business perspective and let that dictate the particular products SAP ...
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The 13 new things Barclays learned from its oil sands tour
The company is more worried about capex inflation than labour inflation, according to management. Canadian Oil Sands estimates capex inflation at 4-6% and wage inflation modestly less at 3-6% per year.
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Drummond: Business out of excuses in productivity slump
Kagan McLeod/National PostUnless productivity improves, the Canadian economy will be condemned to a very low rate of growth, and in turn this will impinge upon Canadians' incomes and the ability of governments to fund the programs the public desires.
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